Fisher’s at Orange Beach Marina houses two restaurants under one roof, each devoted to creating culinary masterpieces that complement the two waterfront dining experiences: Upstairs and Dockside, both of which are recommended by Southern Living. Fisher’s Upstairs is upscale and beautiful yet very comfortable with unique details, such as reclaimed heart pine floors from the Godchaux Sugar Mill mule barn, built in 1892 in Raceland, La.
Upstairs is adorned with linen draperies, antique cypress tables an onyx bar top lit from the bottom and incredible light fixtures. In addition to its breathtaking design and culinary excellence from seafood to steak, Fisher’s Upstairs offers craft cocktails, as well as a carefully curated wine list.Fisher’s Dockside is noticeably more casual with an equally thoughtful design. Overlooking the beautiful Orange Beach Marina, Dockside features open garage doors, stainless steel bar tops, pecky cypress walls, water front dining and a grass courtyard area that is beautifully landscaped with citrus trees and herbs. Dockside’s open layout and lower price point is perfect for families and flip flops. The result is a clean, modern and nautical atmosphere that complements a menu of freshly prepared burgers, seafood, salads and sandwiches.Fisher’s Executive Chef, Bill Briand, spent seven years with Emeril Lagasse and nine with James Beard Award-winner Donald Link while working in the great kitchens of Emeril's, Herbsaint, Cochon and Butcher. Fisher’s sources ingredients from the best farmers and fishermen in the area to ensure that they are the finest and freshest available.Whether Upstairs or Dockside, Fisher's promises a memorable dining experience that includes incredible food, signature drinks, captivating design, and friendly, attentive service.